Move.  Recover.  FUEL.  Endure.  Connect.

It’s mid-February already. Stereotypically, January is the time when a lot of people decide they need to make some healthy changes – whether or not they call them resolutions. Eating

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How I Saved My Vacation and What You Should Know About Relieving Acute Knee Pain Without Surgery.

  January in the Caribbean on a cruise ship.  I was sitting in a chair, watching the turquoise blue ocean, then I stood up and experienced, out of nowhere, acute

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Tight Hamstrings? The Solution May Not Be What You Think.

Too much sitting! Sitting too long can shorten the hamstring muscles. As the hamstrings attach at the sit bones and insert below the knee, having the knees bent puts the

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Kinesiology Tape

1. What is Kinesiology tape? Kinesiology tape was developed in the 1970’s by a chiropractor named Dr. Kenzo Kase. Dr. Kase was born in Japan in the early 1940’s and

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Concussion is a Rehabilitative Injury

Did you know that there are over 43 definitions of concussion? Basically, a concussion is a brain injury that causes a change in brain function following a force (blow, jolt

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Move. Fuel. RECOVER. Connect. Endure.

The message is out there.  (Sometimes it’s overwhelming.)  “YOU NEED TO EXERCISE MORE.” This is absolutely a generalization, and “more” should be taken with a grain of salt.  Just like

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Take Advantage of Rest

This month’s theme here at Advantage Rehab is “Take Advantage of Rest”. This blog is about just that. I hope to offer a few thought-provoking ideas in regard to rest

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Can Poor Sleep Habits Impact Your Health?

Humans spend about 1/3 of their lives sleeping. Sleep is a basic human need that serves to maintain and optimize bodily functions including, but not limited to, immune system, tissue

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Dry Needling- What You Should Know

The physical therapists at Advantage Rehab have advanced credentials in the technique of dry needling. What is dry needling? – Dry needling is a procedure in which a solid filament

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Shoulder Replacement

What’s Up with Shoulder Replacements?     First, you need to understand a little about the shoulder joint.       The humerus is the upper arm bone. It rests

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